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Veteran Jonathan Warren came back from service convinced he was fine -- until things started to change. Even though tests told him nothing was physically wrong, he new something wasn't right. So he took action. He dove in to finding treatments that might help -- and he started seeing results.
Kristi Kragthorpe's accident left her with a brain injury. Her TBI resulted in a loss of balance, the ability to work with numbers, executive function, and taking initiative. Now she uses apps to help her gain back some of the functionality and independence she had before her TBI.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), a form of talk therapy, teaches people to reroute their negative thought patterns to improve their mental health. Many Veterans have found that CBT helps them process their trauma. Learn from Veterans who found relief with CBT at VA.